Sunday, 18 December 2011

Early Christmas and A & E

Yesterday we had an early Christmas Party at my sons. His girls are off to Scotland until the New Year on Monday with their mum.Always feel really sorry for by boy at this time of year as he never gets to see his daughter on Christmas Day.

Well he put on a nice spread of food. and the girls were able to open their presents early and Father Christmas had even been informed and we found a pile of gifts on the doorstep.
We had a lovely evening all 4 generations of us.

My daughter had her 6th form social last night as well so after a few hours at her brothers we took her to her friends to finish getting ready for her party (we then went back to my sons)

This morning at about 7.30 she rang me to say lastnight she had been bumped into and fell off her heals!
Her boyfriend rescued her last night and she decided to see how her ankle was this morning.Hence the call she was in pain and it was really swollen

.I showered,dressed and rushed to pick her up and take her to Casualty.I popped into work to explain what was happening as i was supposed to be in at 10.
One xray later and we were informed that she had broken her ankle.Due to the swellen it couldnt be put into the correct position so it was moved as much as possible and plastered.

We go back the 28th for another xray and to move it again as hopefully the swellen would have gone down.
Poor little lamb not the best way to start her Christmas holidays.


  1. Ouch, I can sympathise with her, the ankle and foot look really bruised. I only broke my toe and it hurt like mad! Hope you will give her lots of TLC over the next few days!

  2. May she heal quickly. It's hard to be laid up around Christmas.

  3. Ouch. Poor thing, I know how painful my wrist was but at least I could walk ok. Hope she feels better soon.

    Sending hugs.

    X x

  4. That looks nasty, why do these things always happen at xmas? Hope she feels ok today.

    The party looks like it was funx

  5. Oh my goodness, that looks painful. Hope it heals quickly. It must be hard at Christmas for those parents who don't get to see their children, but it looks like your son gave his girls a lovely party.